Introduction Limited Conservatorships in California are designed to help care for our most vulnerable family members. This type of conservatorship may be established for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who need help handling routine tasks that include health, education, shelter, and other affairs of life. To qualify for a limited conservatorship, the proposed conservatee
If you’re tasked with the care of a developmentally disabled adult, you’ll need certain legal protections to be able to make decisions for them. A limited conservatorship grants you the right to make decisions for another adult.
If you think someone in your family needs the protection of a conservatorship or guardianship, it’s important to understand the distinctions between these two legal protections.
If your family has a loved one with a developmental disability you might be in need of a limited conservatorship so you can make decisions for them. Setting up a limited conservatorship can be a confusing process. That’s why we put together this step-by-step guide to help you understand the process and make it less